BCR Ingredients Appoints Palmadesso VP-Sales

BCR Ingredients, a Grant Industries company, has named Jim Palmadesso as vice president of sales. Palmadesso is a 23-year industry veteran with a proven track record of sales success, according to BCR. He will bring the leadership, market knowledge and strategy execution necessary to grow BCR in key markets around the world. He joins BCR … Read more

Opinion: Investors have been pouring money into companies promising climate-change solutions. Here’s how to spot the winners.

Financial market volatility is up, major stock indices are down, and investors are suffering losses in almost every major asset class. Although the situation seems dire, it may be a good time to remind ourselves that investing for the long haul has always been the best strategy. Farsighted investors are increasingly focused on climate change, … Read more

Biden continues his economic assault on the states

In an effort to boost its policies and chart a path to the future ahead of the November midterm elections, the White House released the Biden-Harris Economic Blueprint. The 58-page document showcases a five-part plan that will build on “historic legislative successes” and “executive actions” that the administration claims have rebuilt the economy “now and … Read more

De-risking regulatory submissions for medical technology companies

Josh Miller, co-founder & CEO of Gradient Health focuses on the regulatory hurdles medtech companies face and the different options for overcoming these from a data perspective. Introduction Following the record high of investments in biotech Q1 2021, it is becoming increasingly difficult to secure the funding necessary to bring a healthtech product to market, … Read more

US unveils plan for long-term baby formula imports | Business and Economy News

In February, Food and Drug Administration inspectors temporarily shut down the nation’s largest domestic formula factory due to bacterial contamination. United States regulators have unveiled a plan to allow foreign baby formula manufacturers to stay on the market long term, an effort to diversify the nation’s tightly concentrated industry and prevent future shortages. On Friday, … Read more

Business grants are tough to get, but not impossible—here are tips on how to get one

Business grants may seem like the holy grail for small-business owners, since they offer cash you don’t have to pay back. But finding one can feel as futile as searching for lost treasure. “Everybody wants to know: How do I get free money for my business?” says Jenn Steinfeld, director of entrepreneurship and economic development … Read more

Cetaphil Celebrates 75 Years Of Sensitive Skincare Leadership

Cetaphil marks its 75th anniversary this month by announcing a commitment to keeping consumers with sensitive skin as the core focus through ongoing innovation and improving inclusivity within dermatology. “For 75 years, our sole focus has been to use science to understand and treat the unique needs of sensitive skin,” said Lisa Morris, general manager … Read more

Indie Lifestyle Brand Misc. Goods Co. Expands Into Personal Care

New developments in deodorants and anti-perspirants span from microbiome-boosting probiotic blends to more sustainable, environmentally-friendly aerosols. According to Luke Nadolny, Market Research Analyst, Consumer Products, Kline, category trends revolve around an emphasis on deodorants that are positioned as natural and clean as well as brands focused on sustainability. Indie lifestyle brand Misc. Goods Co. has … Read more

Clean Beauty Is A New Ecosystem Reshaping Innovation

MakeUp in New York’s 12th annual event at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City on Sept. 14 and 15 saw another successful turnout with more than 3,400 participants and well over 100 makeup and skincare suppliers taking the showroom floor. The turnout not only affirmed the recovery of the beauty industry from … Read more

Inflation Reduction Act to have ‘negative impact’ on S&P 500 companies’ profits, analysts say

The reviews keep coming in for the Inflation Reduction Act, and some analysts have now calculated what the Democratic Party’s big climate, healthcare and tax package could mean for S&P 500 companies. “Based on our analysis, the negative impact of the IRA Act on S&P 500 EPS is estimated at ~$4-5 in 2023,” said a … Read more